Looking for a PDF printing macro

I'm looking to make adobe automatically print a file then shut itself off when ever a pdf is opened. has anyone ever scripted a macro like this?

We're trying to automate this. a event registration program we're using insists on opening a pdf of nametags before printing them requiring someone to hang out by the machine to hit print. We're hoping we can get adobe to just print the pdf of the nametag with out requiring someone to tell it to.

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